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What are those XXX options for ASE Enterprise Edition?

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2011-10-31 11:01:55.0Z
Henry Posted on 2011-10-31 08:24:02.0Z
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Recently we are evaluating the cost of switching to use ASE Enterprise
Edition, and hence checking the price from Sybase.com.

But I see there are many XXX options in the product list.
I wonder what they are?
http://img196.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=36888_SybaseASE_version_122_93lo.jpg

Are they just add-on feature? You still need to buy the normal ASE EE?

Or are they special, standalone version of ASE EE? After buying one of
them, you don't need to buy the normal ASE EE?


Rob V Posted on 2011-10-31 10:25:59.0Z
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On 31-Oct-2011 09:24, Henry wrote:
>
> Recently we are evaluating the cost of switching to use ASE Enterprise
> Edition, and hence checking the price from Sybase.com.
>
> But I see there are many XXX options in the product list.
> I wonder what they are?
> http://img196.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=36888_SybaseASE_version_122_93lo.jpg
>
>
> Are they just add-on feature? You still need to buy the normal ASE EE?
>
> Or are they special, standalone version of ASE EE? After buying one of
> them, you don't need to buy the normal ASE EE?

They are add-on features, for example for using column encryption.
You need to have the ASE core product first (i.e. ASE EE) and you can
then buy additional options as you need.

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HTH,

Rob V.
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Henry Posted on 2011-10-31 11:01:55.0Z
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On 31/10/2011 18:25, Rob V wrote:
> On 31-Oct-2011 09:24, Henry wrote:
>>
>> Recently we are evaluating the cost of switching to use ASE Enterprise
>> Edition, and hence checking the price from Sybase.com.
>>
>> But I see there are many XXX options in the product list.
>> I wonder what they are?
>> http://img196.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=36888_SybaseASE_version_122_93lo.jpg
>>
>>
>> Are they just add-on feature? You still need to buy the normal ASE EE?
>>
>> Or are they special, standalone version of ASE EE? After buying one of
>> them, you don't need to buy the normal ASE EE?
>
> They are add-on features, for example for using column encryption.
> You need to have the ASE core product first (i.e. ASE EE) and you can
> then buy additional options as you need.
>

Thanks!